When you don’t have time to fuss after a long day to get dinner on the table, with very little preparation in the morning you can have this delicious and easy Mexican Slow Cooker Pork Tacos with Rice meal waiting to eat almost as soon as you walk in the door.
While the crumb of this bread is moist and dense (thanks to all that wonderful Monterey Jack cheese), the crust is light and crispy. To me, it’s the best of both worlds, and one of the easiest bread I’ve ever made.
Texas Tater Hash is a twist on a casserole I used to make when I was a new bride. In this updated version I’ve swapped new potatoes for long grain white rice. We like it every bit as much, if not more, than what I made some 30 (plus) years ago.
Mexican Beans and Rice is a hearty side dish that comes together in about 15 minutes thanks to basic pantry staples and […]
Sweet, creamy, and chocolaty. Creamy Mexican Chocolate with Avocado Truffles are as delicious as they are nutritious. Plus they pack […]
As our family has evolved and our kids have moved out on their own, I find that my meal planning has changed. A lot.
In honor of today being Cinco de Mayo, and our #TwelveLoaves posting schedule falls on the first Tuesday of every month, naturally the theme for this month is Mexican breads.
Healthy Turkey Taco Lasagna goes together quickly using oven-ready lasagna sheets, salsa and ground turkey. It’s a meal that will […]
Chili Mac gets an instant upgrade with a cornbread topping, fire roasted tomatoes and green chiles. This dish feeds a […]
I can never seem to follow a recipe without changing things up. Usually a lot! In fact, by the time […]